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Jan 27, 2013 10:00pm PST
confessed to other killings, including a co-ed from indiana wesleyan university from marion, indiana. deputy sheriff miller didn't know much about tricia, so he called on the local indiana police who had been handling that case. but when marion detective jay kay and other indiana cops arrived, hall was suddenly telling a much different story. he denied confessing to any killing, including jesse's and tricia's. what's more, he claimed it was all a misunderstanding, about disturbing dreams he had. >> he takes us out to a location where, in my dreams, i strangled her here and left her lay here. we searched the woods, we searched the area and never really found anything. >> the indiana cops who were familiar with hall were not at all surprised by his actions. some of them, like jay kay, thought hall might be a wannabe, a pretender who gets his kicks from confessing to crimes he didn't commit. is it possible he's simply obsessed with these cases and not involved. >> there's no doubt in my mind that he does follow these cases, that he does read and is attracted to cases all over the countr
CSPAN
Jan 22, 2013 11:00pm EST
the conversation online. >> in his first state of the state address, indiana governor mike pence talked about the state of indiana's condition. this is about a half hour. [applause] [applause] [inaudible conversations] [applause] >> speakers, lieutenant governor, senators and representatives, members of the general assembly and distinguished guests and indiana's people, i am proud to stand before you as governor of all the people of indiana. [applause] we are all hoosiers and i know that together we will writes a great chapter of the next in the book of indian history. my colleagues that are gathered here, i think my remarks will not be as brief as last week's inaugural address. but, your feet will be warmer. [laughter] and discharging my solemn duty, i come before you today to proclaim the state of our state is strong and growing stronger. because we have good government. and because we serve the great people of indiana. [applause] if we will remain bold, confident, and optimistic, i am positive that we can lead our state from good to great. hoosiers believed that of gratitude t
CSPAN
Jan 22, 2013 5:00pm EST
address from indiana governor mike pence and see his speech live at 7:00 eastern here on c-span. and tomorrow, secretary of state hillary clinton testifies on both sides of the capitol on the attack at the u.s. consulate in benghazi and will start the day in front of the senate at 9:00 eastern and later in the afternoon at 2:00, she'll attend a house foreign affairs committee hearing. both of those hearings on c-span-3 or listen on c-span radio. >> a group of conservative republicans held the first of what will be a monthly meeting with the press called conversations with conservatives. the meeting focused on the house floor vote on raising the debt ceiling scheduled for tomorrow. >> thank you for joining us. i know some people are coming in. we are going to get things started. in the interest of time, we will have to do this for an hour. it's great to be here. i'm the director of digital media at the heritage foundation. we do this monthly, conversations with conservatives. heritage has been a partner of this and today we are doing it in conjunction with our weekly bloggers' meeting
CNN
Jan 26, 2013 8:00pm EST
felton, 16 from marion, indiana. michelle dewey, 20, in indianapolis, indiana. all of these cases went unsolved. officials believed only one man knew what happened. >> he was responsible for several deaths. >> and to get answers, it would take a risky plan -- send a convicted drug dealer into prison to befriend an alleged serial killer. >> at stake -- answers. >> wondering where she is, wondering what happened. >> peace for grieving families. >> you want to find her and bring her home and you can't. >> and one man's freedom. >> you don't just turn around and give out can and say you're free to go. i went through hell and back. >>> early each day, donna wrightler greets her daughter tri sha. >> i say good morning every morning. i look at that and i can hear her say hi, mom. >> tri sha was very kindhearted, very smart. >> as a child, tricia lit up a room. >> she would sometimes bound into the room, spread her arms apart and say tada, that type of thing. >> donna and mary brought her here to attend a small christian college. one spring evening tricia left her dorm room for a walk. on
CSPAN
Jan 15, 2013 5:00pm EST
? under the speaker's announced policy of january 3, 2013, the gentleman from indiana, mr. messer, is recognized for 60 minutes as the designee of the majority leader. >> it's an honor -- mr. messer -- mr. messer: it is an honor to stand here today to talk about the threat to our children and grandchildren's economic future. i'm proud to represent an area that was formerly represented by now-govepbor meek pence my constituents work hard, play by the rules and deserve what they earn. they should be able to keep a little more of their paychecks for things like college tuition, family vacations, or retire just a little bit earlier. but washington is standing in their way. the fundamental question that this congress needs to answer is whether washington should take more than it already does from these hardworking, tax-paying americans. the answer, of course, is no. washington doesn't tax too little, it spends too much. one would hope that since the last congress raised tacks to avoid falling off the fiscal cliff, everyone's attention now would turn to our biggest fiscal problem, the out o
CNN
Jan 26, 2013 8:00pm PST
, indiana. wendy felton, 16, from marion, indiana. michelle dewey, 20, in indianapolis, indiana. all of these cases went unsolved. officials believed only one man knew what happened. >> we knew he was responsible for several deaths. >> reporter: and to get answers it would take a risky, unusual plan. send a convicted drug dealer undercover into a dangerous prison to about friend an alleged serial killer. >> i'm not a serial killer hunter. i said so how am i going to do this? >> at stake, answers. >> wondering where she is, wondering what happened. >> peace for grieving family. >> you want to find her, bring her home and you can't. >> and one man's freedom. >> you don't just give outs candy and say you're free to go. i went through hell and back. >>> early each day donna wrightler greets her daughter trisha. >> i say hello to this picture every morning. i say good morning. every morning. i look at that and i can hear her say "hi, mom." >> trisha was very kindhearted. very smart. >> reporter: as a child, says father gary, trisha lit up the room. >> she would sometimes just bound into the
Univision
Jan 23, 2013 5:29pm EST
dictamino que es inconstitucional una ley de indiana que prohibe a los agresores sexuales registrados el acceso a facebook y otras redes sociales.se desata la polemica por la compra de armas semi-automaticas de asalto en un distrito escolar del sur de california.la suprema corte de justicia de mexico ordeno la liberacion de la francesa florence cassez al considerar que hubo violaciones a sus derechos en el proceso que condujo a su condena a 60 aqos.mas en noticiero univision. ♪ >>> bueno, tiene el cuerpo de una niÑa de dos aÑos, y la mente de una bebÉ de 9 meses, pero es una mujer de 20 aÑos, ella dejÓ de crecer y su condiciÓn no pudo ser identificada por los expertos, que decidieron nombrarla el sÍndrome x, estÁn estudiando sus genes para develar este misterio. >>> y cambiando de tema. rescatan lancestrales tratamientos. >>> fernando palma jamÁs pensÓ que el remedio en su dolor estarÍa en el agua. >>> ya probe con acumputura, con yoga, y con esto se me recupero todo. >>> durante dos horas se sumerge en el circuito de piscinas. >>> el cambio de temperatura hac
CSPAN
Jan 29, 2013 10:00am EST
president was our guest this morning on "washington journal." a republican from indiana, president. why have you run for office? what do you hope to accomplish? guest: i was a staff person out here, 15 years ago. i have been back in indiana over the last decade with my family. like most americans, i feel like they are spending too much money in washington. i was part of the leadership team in indiana, which has been led by mitch daniels over the last few years. we have been operating with a much leaner government. i think some of those lessons could be applied to washington. host: some governors are calling for change in the republican party. how do you bring about that change? is it tough, having spent time in washington already? guest: most leaders in the republican party do not believe that we need to change our principles, lower taxes, economic opportunity -- those have worked for several years. what might need to change is how we talk about those opportunities. it is math and we need to do our arithmetic correctly. for a government that does not waste dollars and put money back in
ABC
Jan 11, 2013 4:00am PST
story from the midwest. a boy abducted by his grandparents 19 years ago in indiana has been found, living under a different name in minnesota. this is richard wayne landers jr., as a 5-year-old. he is now 24. landers was taken away by his grandparents who were upset over a custody fight. no word yet whether those grandparents will be prosecuted. >>> and in sports this morning, nhl players have until tomorrow morning to approve a new labor deal that would end the current lockout. >>> as for last night's hoops highlights, here's espn. >> doug kezirian here with your "sportscenter" update. we start in the nba, with the knicks playing without the suspended carmelo anthony, traveled to indiana to face the pacers. colt coach chuck pagano, standing ovation. obviously, a tremendous story. chuck strong in the nfl. j.r. smith, monster jam. 2 of his 25. although, the knicks muster just 34 points in the first half. later, amare stoudamire, the left-handed scoop to go. knicks are down one. now, it's a nine-point deficit in the third quarter. paul george, one of his six steals. monster throwdow
MSNBC
Jan 11, 2013 2:30am PST
today? >> it's all about indiana today. indiana, ohio. that's the whole region that's going to pick up just as much rain as we saw in louisiana yesterday. why is this happening? well, this is a very, very slow-moving system, so it sat right over louisiana yesterday. today it's sitting right through indiana and is moving into ohio. we have pockets of heavy rain. we have thunderstorms right now down across western kentucky, but it's not the severe weather we had yesterday across louisiana. there are no tornado watches or anything like we saw down in the south yesterday. in the northeast, though, some clouds will try to work in. we will see a couple of showers in the northeast late today, but it's not going to be the heavy stuff that fell to our west. it is going to be real light in nature. just a few nuisance showers later today. the good news is that's the leading edge of warm air. look at our temperatures. it's cold right now, but we will see highs today top out in the 40s. again, that is a little bit above average for this time of year. then tomorrow it gets evenen better. we'll go, i
NBC
Jan 11, 2013 4:30am EST
light to moderate rain across indiana into kentucky and then there's a few scattered lighter showers that are now moving out of eastern kentucky into southwestern west virginia and in central ohio. all of this is gradually arriving here by later today. getting a few sprinkles around roanoke. most of the metro area down to the mid 30s. milder air pushing into the mountains right now. charleston, west virginia, 57 degrees. montgomery county in the mid and upper 30s. it's down into the low 30s parts of fairfax county and into northern virginia. prince william into fauquier, stafford, spotsylvania, parts of loudoun county near the freezing mark. arlington in the upper 30s. our forecast here, hour by hour, just quite a bit of cloudiness around this morning and all cloudy this afternoon and some of that rain arriving here perhaps around 2:00, 3:00 in the afternoon and some -- the rain continuing into earlier this evening. we'll look at your friday evening forecast coming up in ten minutes. a look at traffic now, mike cremedas in for danella. mike? >> good morning, tom. things are looking g
MSNBC
Jan 11, 2013 2:00am PST
and ohio and chicago area and also indiana will be the ones dealing with the heaviest of the rain. although, it is starting to exit chicago. that should help alleviate any travel troubles that could have been caused out there early this morning. it's a pretty strong system. it's a very slow moving system. that's why we did end up with so much flooding across louisiana. now it's going to sit through indiana and ohio for a little while through the day today. so we could see several inches of rain out that way. a closer look shows you the heavy rain is located all across the northern peninsula of michigan. we have those thunderstorms right now through indianapolis, down through louisville, kentucky, and we will see those slowly spread eastward through the morning and into this afternoon as well. as for rainfall totals, it does look like we will see a swath from western tennessee through western kentucky, right up into ohio where we could end up with 2 to 3 inches of rain. it's all about temperatures with this system, too. out ahead of it it's real mild. back behind it, it's really co
CBS
Jan 1, 2013 4:00am PST
. career win 902 for boeheim. only duke's mike shashehski has more with 939. fifth ranked indiana was on the road to take on big 10 rival iowa. cody zeller led the hoosiers with 19 points. indiana hangs on to beat the hawkeyes, 69-65. indiana improves its record to 13-1. >>> when we come back on this tuesday, another look at this morning's top stories. and survivor stories. new details from passengers on that deadly bus crash in eastern oregon. passengers on that deadly bus crash in eastern oregon. t thankso hotwir this yeawe got ttake becae they g us ridiculoly low pces on rlly niceotelsand ca. we hit ston the sprg-- even caut a game and wi the mon we save we tk a trip to s francis. yosee, hotre check the mpetitio' rates they caguarante theilow pric. so, whe to nex hoabout the? ♪-o-t-w-i-e... ♪ hotre.com it's creamy, nonfat, and it turns the next person you see into john stamos for five seconds. honey! i think i'm getting burned! heh! eat. ♪ tastes pretty good, huh? ♪ best yogurt ever. yeah! [ men grunting ] open! [ male announcer ] dannon oikos berry flavors beat chobani
CSPAN
Jan 23, 2013 9:00am EST
clerk will call the roll. a senator: madam president? the presiding officer: the senator from indiana. mr. coats: madam president, i ask unanimous consent that the call of the quorum be vitiated. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. coats: madam president, earlier this week, in the eyes of the nation, we watched the inauguration ceremony here in washington. a week before that back in indiana, i was present at the celebration for the inauguration of indiana's 50th governor, former congressman mike pence taking over after eight years of leadership of our former governor mitch daniels, so back-to-back weekends, two special events. at a time of inauguration, it's a time for reflection on what has happened in the past and vision and description about how we ought to go forward with the future. it's time for opportunity, opportunity in one sense to begin anew. and it's an opportunity for change, to make the kind of change necessary to address the problems and challenges that we face. as i participated and watched the inauguration events for governor pence in indianapolis just two w
FOX News
Jan 24, 2013 3:00am EST
paw chino -- al pacino of talking newspapers. >>> the federal court of appeals has spoken in indiana law from banning social networks is deemed unconstitutional. the court ruled indiana, the state, went too far in banning creeps from using facebooks and other sites that allows minors saying it unreasonably restricted their first amendment rights. they noted that, quote, the indiana law targeted more activity than the evil it seeks to address. indiana's attorney general does does -- doesn't know if the state will appeal, but says it is outweighed convicted sex offenders to troll social media for information. meanwhile, this is is still illegal. >> that's why the internet is invented, for dogs. it was for dogs that deserved it. you are a libertarian. >> can we start this show over again? i miss pronounced moynihan's name. >> i have only been on the show a hundred times. you are a dad so you have no problem with sex offenders to have the potential to contact a child on a social network. that doesn't make sense to me. in a way that makes you an awful father and perhaps your children shou
ABC
Jan 29, 2013 11:35pm PST
people started calling me that early on. where are you from? >> indiana by way of san diego. >> jimmy: indiana by way of san diego. you grew up in indiana? >> yeah. mishuaka. >> jimmy: how many people live there? >> about 50,000. i kept telling people it was a small town. it's not a small town. it's a small city. >> jimmy: from there, you wanted to be an actor? was that your plan? >> yeah, i was interested in high school, i did plays. but then didn't seem like a realistic occupation. so september 11 happened and i joined the marine corps, and i went into the marine corps. >> jimmy: wow. why did you join the marine corps. based on the events of september 11? >> yeah, that had a bit to do with it. also had to do with nothing going on for me in indiana. like, i was working a bunch of small jobs, like selling vacuum cleaners. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: there are really vacuum cleaner salesman? >> yeah, i was awful at it. i tried to sell to people at my parents' church and no one would buy it. then september 11 happened, and all my friends thought it would be a good ide
Univision
Jan 27, 2013 5:30am EST
evaluacion. >> en indianapolis indiana, univisión. >> y aumentan los muertos en el motin de cárcel de venezuela, y dicen que hugo chavez esta mejor, y prohibido desbloquear celulares para evitar facturas costosas. >> (música) >> a 61 se elevan los muertos en la cárcel de uribana uno de los centros penitenciarios más peligrosos de venezuela. >> las lagrimas de muchas madres que lloran de angustias por la suerte de sus hijos. >> quiero respuesta una lista. >> el penal en el centro del occidente venezolano vive la tragedia, muchos reclusos muertos de bala. >> fue muy feos, dice que están vivos por dios. >> se hablo con un recluso. >> como te salvaste tú? >> oye hermano por miedo, a unos compañeros corrimos, fue una cosa horrorosa. >> aquí en la cárcel de uribana ocurrió una masacre, se establece un perimetro de seguridad. >> escenas desgarradoras en la salida del hospital a la salida de la morgue los primeros cadáveres, las autoridades aún no tienen el control del penal. >> se desalojo totalmente el centro penitenciario, se desaloja el anexo femenino. >> las primeras carrozas
CSPAN
Jan 29, 2013 7:00am EST
: congressman luke messer is a republican from indiana, serving as the republican class president. why have you run for office? what do you hope to accomplish? guest: i was a staff person out here, 15 years ago. i have been back in indiana over the last decade with my family. like most americans, i feel like they are spending too much money in washington. i was part of the leadership team in indiana, which has been led by mitch daniels over the last few years. we have been operating with a much leaner government. i think some of those lessons could be applied to washington. host: some governors are calling for change in the republican party. how do you bring about that change? is it tough, having spent time in washington already? guest: most leaders in the republican party do not believe that we need to change our principles, lower taxes, economic opportunity -- those have worked for several years. what might need to change is how we talk about those opportunities. it is math and we need to do our arithmetic correctly. for a government that does not waste dollars and put money back in the p
FOX News
Jan 12, 2013 8:00am PST
of finances and look at indiana, manufacturing state and good governor left office and went to perdue, mitch daniels. >> and replaced by mike pence. >> who may run for president one day. indiana got a triple a rating and grading approved because of the good finances that mitch daniels put in. >> you look at bobby jindal and chris christie and nicky haley. there are 30, in the democrat race, republicans picked up another state and now 30 republican governors in the united states. >> yeah, that point is lost on a lot of pundits and we are seeing the yawning gap tweep the blue cough, cough state that is voted for alabama like illinois and california that are not it is a wonderful experiment and i hope in 2014 people take note. >> rick, do you feel lonely on the state level. >> no, it is a remarkable gerrymandering that is the result of it. >> you don't think the public willingness elected republican governors? >> one and half million cast for democrats in congress than republicans . guess why republicans control the house because of gerrymandering. >>> and they also control house of cong
MSNBC
Jan 21, 2013 2:00am PST
high school and college. >>> now to college basketball, second ranked indiana's cody zeller scored 21 points as the hoosiers edged northwestern 67-59. indiana could become number one this week because louisville lost to syracuse saturday. >>> check out this video. surfers rode waves between 20 and 30 feet high in california in the famed mavericks invitational surf contest in half moon bay south of san francisco. the winner, 43-year-old peter mel from santa cruz. congratulations. >>> and now for another look at the weather, here is dylan dwyer. somebody was up watching football. >> yeah, up late and woke up way too early and for a disappointment. as a pats fan, a little upset this morning. >> i'm sorry. >> there is always next year. we're going to see some pretty chilly temperatures in the foxboro boston area at 24 degrees right now. 27 in new york city. but it's all about the arctic air moving into the northern plains. we're starting off the day at six below in minneapolis. it's only going to top out around 4 below this afternoon. ten in chicago later on today. lighter snow showers wi
PBS
Jan 18, 2013 12:00am PST
we made "sweet baby james." tavis: baby face and i grew up in the same part of indiana. we both grew up in the corn field listening to james taylor. >> that is an honor, i love it. i think we approach music probably from a very similar direction. i would not be surprised to learn that he and i have the same influence is growing up. tavis: one of the things we had fun talking about last night is that we got so turned on as kids in indiana by the soulfulness of your sound. this camera cannot see the studio, we have a little mini- audience today, but there are some black faces over there. he asked black eyes today, give me some white guys you like to listen to that had sold. james taylor talks with a list. your at the top of the list. how does that happen for you? where does that solul come from? >> american music, for me, it is a synthesis of a lot of different things. growing up in north carolina, the stuff i was listening to, the things i was hearing, it was all about black music, about soul music. when i first started playing with an old friend of mine from new york, who i used to k
NBC
Jan 11, 2013 4:30am EST
bring rain up from illinois, indiana and ohio today. it's going nowhere fast. that's the problem. that's why we did end up with several inches of rain down across louisiana but they'll dry out today. the and you see where the heavier rain has moved into areas like chicago, michigan and eventually taking over indiana and ohio as well. this is a pretty strong system and that out ahead of it is really warm. and back behind it, it's really cold. so we are going to see -- we're seeing conditions still continue across areas through central and northern minnesota. but heavy rain from nashville right up into detroit and into the northern peninsula of michigan as well. we're looking at now this time around, two to three inches of rain from southern ohio, right down to western kentucky. but look at our temperatures. chicago goes from 58 today to 53 on saturday to 26 degrees on sunday. but in washington, d.c., it's the opposite, 49 to 59 to 68 degrees. it does look really nice across the east coast through the weekend. that's a look at the weather across the country now here's a peek out yo
PBS
Jan 9, 2013 7:00pm EST
indiana bill shirk está a punto de realizar una acrobacia que ya mató a un hombre. también es el aniversario de la muerte de su héroe, el legendario artista del escapismo harry houdini. el ataúd de plexiglás en el cual está bill encadenado y esposado es bajado a un hoyo de 2 metros. atrás, no se acerquen. vamos, amigos, recojan todo y vámonos. (narrador) una mezcladora de cemento vierte 3,5 toneladas de concreto en el hoyo. ahora este cofre está debajo de 7 toneladas de lodo y cemento. (melvin benn) atrás, aléjense! (narrador) de pronto, algo parece salir mal. los espectadores no están seguros si esto es parte del acto de bill o si en verdad está en dificultades y tal vez muerto, pero el coordinador de acrobacias melvin benn se da cuenta de que el ataúd de plexiglás se rompió. el mismo plexiglás pudo caer y cortarle la cabeza a bill, yo oraba porque no fuéramos a sacar un cadáver. (narrador) el operador de la pala lory patson de inmediato comenzó a cavar junto al lugar de la tumba. no podía excavar en el cemento fresco porque la pala podía partir el cuerpo de
ABC
Jan 16, 2013 4:00am PST
. eight of eight from the field. 18 points in the first half. indiana up one at the break. later, mike bruceweitz up deep. thinking upset. trayvon jackson, the pull-up "j." badgers continue their ownership of indiana. >>> to the association. lakers coming off their first win of 2013. hosting milwaukee. steve nash, alley-oop to kobe bryant. lakers by seven at the break. third quarter, kobe, monta ellis brings it. entering the fourth, l.a. pulls away. chris duhon. an 11-point lead. kobe likes it. later, dwight howard. 14 of 18 from the field. 31 points, 16 rebounds, 4 blocks. back-to-back strong games since returning from injury. kobe, baseline fadeaway. he had 31. lakers have won two-straight. of course, the next test is a truer test, hosting the defending champion miami heat on thursday. >>> have a great day. >>> well, who let the dogs out? seriously. that was a question they were asking when these pooches interrupted a soccer match in turkey. one of them getting ahold of a fan's hat. >> they made themselves at home on the field greeting players. and weren't in a rush to leave. the gro
ABC
Jan 17, 2013 2:00pm EST
like it should♪ >> listening to in this video 19-year-old john thompson from shelbyville, indiana, recording his first original song "you made me who i am" in studio. ♪ but i know that you died to save me on a cross made out of wood♪ >> he sounds like he's had year of experience but he's still pretty young. >> a very mature voice. >> what if i told you john doesn't know how to read music? what if i told you john is autistic. john didn't speak a word until he was 8 years old. get this, his dad, grant, bought a keyboard for himself, eventual said, i'm going to give this up, i can play this thing. john, at age 5, could listen to anything and figure out how to play it back. and then through his love of music and learning how to play music, john was able to speak at age 8. >> talk about power of music. >> we can find out all about this journey because we have john thompson joining us shelbyville, indiana. only ten years ago you weren't speaking. how did you goat hear? >> my dad always has music in the living room and i start to play the exact same music as he put it on a cassette t
CBS
Jan 19, 2013 6:00pm EST
indiana that got beat at home. louisville got beat at home. last year we had three elite teams. this year, anybody's ball game. >> spero: 7-point lead for oregon. 61 seconds to play. ucla the steal and they give it right back. travis wear with a miscommunication and the play. trying to find powell, it looked like. ucla having issues with the turnovers throughout. so 57.2 to play. bruins one time-out to play. both teams in the bonus. contact on the drive. johnathan loyd sprinting on the run for oregon. foul charged to travis wear. this will be a one and one situation. loyd's first trip to the free-throw line today. he is a 69% free thrower. his only attempt at 13 free throws all season. >> doug: we talked about shabazz muhammad. from bishop gorman high school in las vegas. >> spero: loyd the junior. dotson had it. ucla running out of time. adams deep three, not even close. drew. friendly bounce makes it a five-point game. and ben howland will take his final time-out down 5 with 43.5 on the clock. gger! bigger! bigger! so which would you rather have? a big treehouse or a small tr
NBC
Jan 18, 2013 5:30pm PST
troop from indiana will parade down pennsylvania avenue, as will band mates from the drum corps. there are plenty of souvenirs, and for those willing to pay, the ritz carlton's guests will sleep on monogrammed pillow cases. the hotel chefs are already whipping up chocolate chip cookies, using the first lady's favorite recipe. >> it's america's greatest party. so we're here setting up for it. >> the kind of presidential pomp and pageantry only found once every four years. and the president's private swearing-in will take place this sunday. cameras will be watching. the public's swearing-in in front of all of us will take place here on monday. >> peter alexander in lafayette park for us tonight. peter, thanks. we'll see you then. and come monday, inauguration day, we'll have it all. all day long, beginning with "today" on nbc. then our coverage starts off and we'll be with you for the swearing in ceremony the rest of the way, including a special edition of "nbc nightly news" monday evening. still ahead on friday evening, the bizarre hoax that has everybody talking about it. happen
KOFY
Jan 15, 2013 12:00am PST
son inlaw indiana basketball team. >> indiana beat minnesota in a big basketball game and then they watched john's game and exciting thrilling winning game for the ravens and then our game. parents are in their 70's. >> excitement that's a lot of action and it's like going back-to-back to back like 3, 24 episode in a row. not easy. >>reporter: somebody has to tell coach that 24 wept off the air a few years ago. he's locked in. he's focused he's getting ready for the falcons. who beat seattle yesterday and they have home field advantage on sunday in the championship game. now it was a break through win for atlanta because mike smith and ryan were 0 and 3 in the play offs together going in the game. falcons know they have their hands full with the niners. >> you watch them on tape. defensively the numbers are just off the chart and what they are capable of doing and watching them what they did offensively in the game on saturday night. they will get your attention real quick. >> no doubt. bob melvin looking forward to many more pie in the face moments in oakland. a's gave him a contra
PBS
Jan 4, 2013 10:00pm PST
wfiu in bloomington, indiana. eric ander son, let's start out west with you. do the new numbers jive with what you are seeing in your area and in california? steady but not spectacular hiring? >>. >> that's exactly right. california has been tracking in that steady way. we've been seeing growth for now probably the past 18 months or so. but it hasn't been that spectacular growth. it's not that recovery growth. a lot of economists here are talking about the economy is showing good healthy signs and the job market is reflecting that. but it's not showing the kind of signs you need for the economy to recover completely. so your's not quite at a complete recovery but certainly the job market is pick up here. >> any particular sectors that you look at or point to. >> yeah, there are a couple out here, in fact. leisure and hospitality industry gained significantly. about 62,000 jobs there. construction picked up here not because of hurricane sandy on the west coast, that's mostly i think due to the optimism in the business arena and the rebound in some of the housing market. and also the i
CBS
Jan 4, 2013 6:00pm EST
for wfiu in bloomington, indiana. eric ander son, let's start out west with you. do the new numbers jive with what you are seeing in your area and in california? steady but not spectacular hiring? >>. >> that's exactly right. california has been tracking in that steady way. we've been seeing growth for now probably the past 18 months or so. but it hasn't been that spectacular growth. it's not that recovery growth. a lot of economists here are talking about the economy is showing good healthy signs and the job market is reflecting that. but it's not showing the kind of signs you need for the economy to recover completely. so your's not quite at a complete recovery but certainly the job market is pick up here. >> any particular sectors that you look at or point to. >> yeah, there are a couple out here, in fact. leisure and hospitality industry gained significantly. about 62,000 jobs there. construction picked up here not because of hurricane sandy on the west coast that's mostly i think due to the optimism in the business arena and the rebound in some of the housing market. and also t
ABC
Jan 14, 2013 11:00pm PST
in the play offs and son inlaw indiana basketball team. >> indiana beat minnesota in a big basketball game and then they watched john's game and exciting thrilling winning game for the ravens and then our game. parents are in their 70's. >> excitement that's a lot of action and it's like going back-to-back to back like 3, 24 episode in a row. not easy. >>reporter: somebody has to tell coach that 24 wept off the air a few years ago. he's locked in. he's focused he's getting ready for the falcons. who beat seattle yesterday and they have home field advantage on sunday in the championship game. now it was a break through win for atlanta because mike smith and ryan were 0 and 3 in the play offs together going in the game. falcons know they have their hands full with the niners. >> you watch them on tape. defensively the numbers are just off the chart and what they are capable of doing and watching them what they did offensively in the game on saturday night. they will get your attention real quick. >> no doubt. bob melvin looking forward to many more pie in the face moments in
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